A Few of Our Favorite (Travel) Things ∙ Quarter One, 2018
Has your 2018 been as crazy exciting as ours? We have had the opportunity to visit, read, eat and drink so many amazing things so far this year. Here are a few of our favs:
Warning: this post may contain far more exclamation points than our typical writing. We just can't help it when we're this excited about our first quarter! Don't worry, our next post will be back to our regular punctuation style.
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Our Own Experiences
Favorite cultural/travel book
∙ A Night Divided, by Jennifer A. Nielsen
The story of one family's dangerous struggle to reunite after the Berlin Wall is constructed overnight, this piece of historical fiction had us captivated.
Favorite travel-history lesson
Spanish secrecy, a merchant meets the Maya, and Casanova's pick-up scene. This story has got it all! Oh, and the hot chocolate is good, too.
Favorite slice of pie
∙ Sugar Cream Pie, My Sugar Pie, Zionsville, IN
Far sweeter than anything we'd normally consume, we loved this amazing pie for the experience of participating in Hoosier State tradition!
Favorite Third Wave coffee
∙ Nitro Cold Brew, Pilcrow Coffee, Milwaukee, WI
The Storyteller Cold Brew Coffee on Nitro was just one part of an amazing flight that also included Sweet N Creamy Coffee on Nitro, as well as Sparkled Chai Float (tea) and Tumeric Ginger on Nitro (tea). Pure love!
Around the Web
Favorite new-to-us IG account
Maybe we're just geeks, but how fun is this? You can check out post offices from all around the country... like this one in Wyoming.
Favorite travel tip
Favorite blog post we've read
Remember the first time you went to Europe? And remember your shock at the restroom situation? Then you'll totally relate!
What have been your favorite travel experiences in 2018?
We'd love to know!
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Want to know more about this series? Check out the series intro here!